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25 September 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 00:09 GMT+2

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Exim Indiaweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • Egypt Customs announces postponement of Advance Cargo Information requirement to Oct. 1
  • Hapag-Lloyd & ONE complete integration onto TradeLens platform
  • Ocean freight spot rates ex-Asia on the rise
  • ONE makes free of freight transportation of empty ISO tank containers from Taiwan to Mundra
  • Port of Antwerp reaffirms role as major entry point to a strong European internal market
  • S. Korean shipbuilders outperform Chinese in green ship market
  • Seaports join forces to cut emissions from berthed vessels
  • India unlikely to cut import duties on edible oils
  • Onion export earnings down
  • Serbia opens market to Indian horticulture exports
  • Gujarat Maritime Cluster aims to develop a marine insurance ecosystem in Gujarat
  • Gujarat unveils its first Integrated Logistics & Logistics Park policy
  • Moody's slashes India's growth projection
  • Power, perks & non-performance: The Major Port Authorities Act, 2021

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International Transport Journalweb site
JUNE 29, 2021
  • CSX extends green fleet
  • Xpediator raises expectations for 2021
  • Geodis: IIP accreditation in APAC
  • Medway: more locomotives for Spain
  • DP World drives Somaliland's maritime links
  • Major GE90 support contract in Asia
  • Seaspan extends containerships lease for Cosco
  • Two acquisitions in Finland
  • Procter & Gamble invests in Germany
  • IAPH names winners of sustainability awards
  • Furniture dealer opts for rail transport
  • Riyadh: new airport management platform
  • Cold-ironing project in five European ports
  • Lesley Simmonds to lead business development
  • "Curiosity of the Day"
  • Electric trucks for food deliveries in Stockholm
  • Fourkites optimises ETA visibility

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The Loadstarweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • Soaring costs put the squeeze on feeder operators, while profit-fat liners look on
  • US government in legal move that could sever Amazon from its logistics arm
  • Europe's barge operators 'losing hope' as port congestion leaves them stranded
  • MUA deal with Hutchison unveiled, but Port Botany close to 'gridlock'
  • South Korea reserves slots for monthly agri-exports on HMM extra loaders
  • Carriers get high rates but low ratings, as supply chains slide into chaos
  • Against the odds: Break-up 3.0 - a(nother) shortcut to riches for DP DHL

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Marine Logweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • Austal USA delivers LCS 28
    Handed over to the U.S. Navy on June 25, the future USS Savannah is the 14th Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) and the seventh ship Austal USA has delivered to the Navy
  • New National Parks Service vessel will serve Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty
    TAI Engineers LLC, New Orleans, La., has completed the detailed design and construction of a new utility vessel, the Annie Moore, for the National Park Service (NPS). NPS will use the 74
  • Purely 3D process used to deliver commercial vessel
    An Advanced RotorTug (ART) designed for escort duties at the Port of Corpus Christi is the first U.S. commercial vessel to be designed, built and verified using an end-to-end 3D design process.
  • Timme takes command of USCG 8th District
    At a ceremony held today at the Port of New Orleans, Rear Adm. John P. Nadeau transferred command of the Coast Guard Eighth District to Rear Adm. Richard V. Timme. As the
  • Svanehøj wins fuel pump orders for 22 LNG-fueled mega box ship
    The growing demand for LNG fueled containerships is providing somewhat of a bonanza for pump manufacturer Svanehøj. It has booked orders from shipyard giants Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and Samsung Heavy
  • Seaspan orders another six containerships
    Continuing its buying binge, containership leasing giant Seaspan Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlas Corp.(NYSE: ATCO), reports that it has entered into an agreement with a major shipyard for six 15,000
  • Donjon wins $24.4 million dredging contract
    Donjon Marine Co. Inc., Hillside, N.J., has been awarded a $24,464,820 firm-fixed-price U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract for maintenance dredging. Work will be performed in Staten Island, N.Y., with an estimated

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Lloyd's Listweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • Pioneer Marine management in buyout talks
    Greece-based Pioneer Marine, which has been selling off bulkers, is in negotiations to buy out its biggest shareholder who is...
  • CMA CGM suspends calls at major French port amid congestion
    CMA CGM will stop calling at the French port of Le Havre for three months, saying months of congestion and...
  • International shipping faces full inclusion in EU carbon market from 2026
    European Commission will propose that some international voyages are included in the EU's Emissions Trading System, with a gradual coverage...
  • More than a year at sea puts home life at risk, survey reveals
    The real consequences of banning shore leave, removing swimming pools and social spaces, and quibbling over the cost of internet...
  • Shipping can achieve carbon neutrality by working together
    A collective effort, borrowing from Norway's 'dugnad' experience, can be initiated by turning to LNG and LPG to reduce GHG...
  • Wan Hai adds another dozen ships to orders
    The 11th-largest container line has been on a shopping spree this year. Its latest move will mean its orderbook is...
  • Union agrees deal with Hutchison over pay dispute at Australian ports
    The Maritime Union of Australia and stevedore Hutchison Ports have agreed a pay and conditions deal for container terminal workers...
  • Carriers' response to Yantian crisis avoided 'bigger problems'
    Analyst says carriers have managed to maintain high vessel capacities on the main east-west trade lanes following the Yantian shutdown
  • Daily Briefing
    Free to read: This Day of the Seafarer, cut the crap and get the crews home | Investment returns won't...
  • Eastern Pacific orders up to six car carriers from Jinling shipyard
    Latest deal brings the total number of newbuild orders for Eastern Pacific to 60 ships worth $6bn and a total fleet...
  • Wisdom Marine orders three kamsarmaxes for $100m
    Allied Shipbroking expects the record freight earnings and current upbeat market outlook to prompt further appetite for fresh tonnage

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The Journal of Commerceweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • Sydney's Port Botany faces 'gridlock' amid union rail wrangle
  • FMC's Bentzel urges container lines to help more with NY-NJ empty returns
  • Congestion gets Le Havre cut from CMA CGM Latin America service
  • 'Pull trigger' on Asia-Europe bookings, or accept spot rate pain: forwarders
  • NS restricting, shutting service amid emergency chassis recall
  • Equipment, space shortages push US-Latin trade shippers toward contracts

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TradeWindsweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • Frontline dips into secondhand market for two more VLCCs
  • Carnival reports lower revenue amid refunds, credits
  • ITF asks shipowners to avoid crew changes in northern Mozambique
  • China cuts crude import quotas, and tanker owners feel the chill
  • CIT seals $42m financing for Technomar Shipping-related handymaxes
  • Berge Bulk goes for more scrubber retrofits as fuel price spread widens
  • Seaspan adds six neo-panamax containerships to 39-vessel orderbook
  • Bounce-back for US shipping stocks as focus returns to rates
  • MSC sets benchmark with $50m deal for 19-year-old panamax containership
  • Upbeat American Club 'positive' about 2021 after annual meeting
  • China cuts crude import quotas, and tanker owners feel the chill
  • U-Ming moves into offshore wind shipping with Danish tie-up
  • Intercargo raises safety concerns in carbon-cutting drive
  • Shortsea Europe's sunset fleet makes charterers run to back zero-emission newbuildings
  • Strong private equity backing in shipping has good and bad points
  • Turkey's Erdogan kicks off his 'crazy' Istanbul Canal project
  • Wan Hai splashes out $586m on feeder containerships at Nihon Shipyard
  • Westfal-Larsen bulker fleet sees big turnaround in asset values
  • NYK Line steps up to the crew change challenge as crisis persists
  • Greek shipowners are making asset plays a badge of honour
  • Tanker owners enjoy limited benefits from rising US crude imports
  • Fred Olsen targets $71m green bond for eco investments
  • How many tankers will Pertamina build with its $4bn fleet investment plan?
  • Yangfan Group wins containership order from Chinese liner player
  • Goddesses of the sea take centre stage at UK art exhibit
  • OneWeb throws down gauntlet to Inmarsat in fight for maritime customers
  • Investment returns strong for Ostergaard-Nielsen family but tankers take hit
  • TotalEnergies Marine Fuels eyes next LNG bunker vessel
  • TotalEnergies Marine Fuels grows its interests in ammonia fuelling
  • Greek bank ship lending bounces back amid post-crisis revival
  • Qatar Airways gives seafarers access to luxury usually reserved for C-suite executives
  • Wisdom Marine renews fleet with $102m kamsarmax bulker order at Tsuneishi
  • MSC containership suffers engine room fire off Sri Lanka

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American Shipperweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • Yantian port back at full speed; box recovery could take a month
    The Port of Yantian is operating at 100% on the vessel side again after a month of delays, but that doesn't mean the container buildup...
  • Port of New Orleans sees bump in breakbulk cargo
    The Port of New Orleans reported a 4% increase in breakbulk cargo volume in May, fueled by steel and general cargo.
  • No letup yet in dry bulk shipping's 'remarkable rally'
    Rates for smaller bulkers remain at decade highs with most dry bulk stocks up triple digits since November.
  • FreightWaves Flashback: Whose flag is the most convenient?
    1986: Liberia fights to remain a leading flag of convenience as competition increases.
  • How China became the big winner of the COVID era
    A year and a half after COVID emerged in Wuhan, China's exporters, liners, shipyards and container factories are all booming.

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The Bunker Bulletinweb site
JUNE 28, 2021
  • EU Council green lights European climate law in net-zero policy push
  • EU should make hydrogen a central pillar of 2030 emissions laws: trade association
  • ADNOC raises September 2021-May 2022 export availability forecasts for Murban crude
  • Glencore raises 2035 emissions reductions target after fossil fuel review
  • Americas Bunkers: Key market indicators June 28-July 2
  • S Korea major businesses push to set up hydrogen council
  • ARA 0.1%S gasoil barge value falls to 2-month low
  • Angola Sonangol looks to secure long-term supply of refined products
  • TENDER DATA: India's Nayara offers VLSFO for end-July loading
  • EUROPE AND AFRICA RESIDUAL FUEL: Key market indicators this week
  • S KOREA DATA: May gasoil exports jump 11.5% on month amid race to avoid China consumption tax
  • Primorsk July ULSD exports seen lower on month: traders
  • Asia residual fuels: Key market indicators for June 28-July 2
    In the high sulfur fuel oil market, after the initial purchases of straight-run fuel oil, at least two of Shandong's independent refiners have expressed an interest in seeking high sulfur SRFO barrels on a more regular basis to avoid refinery run cuts in the short-term.
  • Asia crude oil: Key market indicators for June 28-July 2
  • TENDER DATA: India's MRPL sells 65,000 mt of diesel for July 18-20 loading
  • China imports gasoline, gasoil amid good margins, volumes limited by quota: sources
  • ScottishPower Renewables to use waste vegetable oil for crew transfer vessels
  • OIL FUTURES: Crude stable as market awaits OPEC+ meeting for fresh cues
    Market analysts are expecting OPEC+ to announce a rise in output by around 500,000b/d, after agreeing to a 440,000 b/d increase in July.

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